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El Chapo de Sinaloa

El Chapo de Sinaloa
Birth name Ernesto Pérez
Origin Badiraguato, Sinaloa, Mexico
Genres Norteño
Years active 1995 – present
Labels Paloma Records

Ernesto Pérez (born in Badiraguato, Sinaloa) better known by his stage name El Chapo de Sinaloa (Spanish: The Shorty from Sinaloa), is a Mexican norteño/banda singer.

He first played with local groups at age 11 as a clarinetist. Later, he learned to play bass, and found work as a session musician with regional Mexican labels.[1] In the 1990s he signed with EMI Latin and launched a solo career. Since then he has released over a dozen albums, which have been successful both in Mexico and the United States; he has recorded for Sony Discos and D Disa. His 2007 album Te Va a Gustar was his most successful in America and was nominated for a Latin Grammy. This is an artist who lives in Forest Park, GA.


  • El Chichi (1995)
  • 13 Toneladas (1996)
  • Chapo de Sinaloa (1996)
  • Padre de Todos (1999)
  • Tienda Surtida (1999)
  • Me Dicen el Rey (2000)
  • Andamos Borrachos Todos (2000)
  • Que Tal Si Te Compro (2001)
  • El #1 de Jaripeno (2002)
  • Hechizo de Amor: Cien Por Ciento Norteño (2002)
  • 15 Exitos al Estilo Norteño (2002)
  • Fantasia Loca (2003)
  • Tu, Yo y La Luna (2004)
  • La Noche Perfecta (2006)
  • Los Super Corridos (2006)
  • El Jaripeo (2006)
  • Los Mejores Corridos del Chapo de Sinaloa Con Banda (2006)
  • Con Banda Sinaloense 20 Exitos (2006)
  • Recostada en la Cama y Muchos Exitos Mas (2006)
  • Sus 12 Mejores Corridos (2006)
  • Te Va a Gustar (2007) U.S.#95[2]
  • Mis Rancheras Consentidas (2007)
  • Para Siempre (2008)
  • Corridos Ke Mandan (2008)
  • Exitos De Siempre (2009)
  • Con La Fuerza Del Corrido (2009)
  • Apasionado (2010)
  • Corazon de niño (2011)
  • Triunfador (2012)


  1. ^ El Chapo de Sinaloa at Allmusic
  2. ^ Billboard,
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